Endorsing Candidates in Rhode Island
By Jamie Rhodes, Rhode Island State Director
With September 11th just around the corner, it is time for RI Primary voters to make up their mind. I’m sure you have been sitting up half the night wondering which candidate has the strongest voice for our environment. Look no further.
Clean Water Action is proud to announce that, after vetting the candidates who seek the green stamp of approval, we have a list of those that we believe to be valuable allies. Whether your concerns are about sustainable funding for public transportation, keeping the ban on incineration in place, preserving and extending the life of our landfill, investing in water infrastructure or, more simply, protecting the beauty of Narragansett Bay and our endless coastline, consider these candidates when going to the poll next week.
For next Tuesday’s Statewide Primary, Clean Water Action has endorsed the following candidates:
- David Cicilline (D) – 1st Congressional District
- Chris Blazejewski (D) – House District 2 (Providence)
- Libby Kimzey (D) – House District 8 (Providence)
- Joe Almeida (D) – House District 12 (Providence)
- Art Handy (D) – House District 18 (Cranston)
- Jay O’Grady (D) – House District 46 (Lincoln and Pawtucket)
- Stephen Casey (D) – House District 50 (Woonsocket)
- Gus Uht (D) – House District 52 (Cumberland)
- Gayle Goldin (D) – Senate District 3 (Providence)
- Adam Satchell (D) – Senate District 9 (West Warwick)
- Bob DaSilva (D) – Senate District 14 (East Providence)
- Lewis Pryeor (D) – Senate District 24 (Woonsocketand and North Smithfield)
- Gene Dyzlewski (D) – Senate District 26 (Cranston)
- Laura Pisaturo (D) – Senate District 29 (Warwick)
Clean Water is contacting its members in these districts by going door-to-door, making phone calls, and mailing letters to urge them to vote for environmental candidates. Another round of endorsements will be made for the General Election.
Posted on September 6, 2012 | Filed Under Making Democracy Work | 1 Comment